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Electronics Solutions in Unexpected Places

Consumer electronics get smaller by the year, and perovskite is a key material in microelectronics. In this article in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, find out how researchers are creating materials with higher open-circuit voltage and fill factor.

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Electronic materials comprise the core elements that people use in their day-to-day lives. Ranging from daily electronics such as mobile phones, TVs, and computers to numerous fields such as robotics, automation, energy and healthcare, electronic materials are widely used in a variety of fields. In accordance with this point of view, the development of novel materials, such as high-tech and creative products, and their applications is the underlying force that impacts our society and exceedingly enhances our lifestyle and vision.”
Hyun Jae Kim Deputy Editor, ACS Applied Electronic Materials
Energy research in the new millennium has seen a great amount of diversity with the exploration of innovative nanomaterials and their hybrid assemblies for energy conversion and storage. Advances in time-resolved spectroscopy, surface science, imaging techniques, and various in situ and operando characterization techniques are providing new insights into energy conversion and storage processes. The enthusiasm of researchers worldwide to tackle major hurdles in energy conversion and storage has made this field one of the outstanding frontiers of modern science. ”
Prashant Kamat Editor-in-Chief, ACS Energy Letters